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Got my first job! Working for the Talent Development Network

Got my first job! Working for the Talent Development Network

In this series, recent grads share their journey to landing that first job out of college. After years of studying […]

South Florida’s parks are a cut above

South Florida’s parks are a cut above

When Wallet Hub analyzed the year’s “Best & Worst Cities for Recreation,” they compared the quality of parks, accessibility of […]

Volcano sharks are a thing

Volcano sharks are a thing

Researchers investigate for Shark Week FIU researchers dive into the world of sharks and volcanoes this week during Discovery Channel’s […]

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DNA becomes primary target in fight against glioblastoma

DNA becomes primary target in fight against glioblastoma

By exploiting a brain tumor’s own biology, researchers at FIU’s Biomolecular Sciences Institute (BSI) are hoping to destroy glioblastoma, a […]

My internship consulting for businesses, government agencies

My internship consulting for businesses, government agencies

Name: Michelle Rosario Major: Political science and philosophy Where are you interning? Washington Premier Consulting What is your title? Client […]

Venezuela experts

Venezuela experts

FIU experts are available to help analyze the ongoing political turmoil in Venezuela. Members of the FIU Media Relations team […]

Research team selected to monitor plan that could save Florida Bay

Research team selected to monitor plan that could save Florida Bay

FIU will monitor the impacts of a large-scale construction project designed to save Florida Bay, according to a contract approved […]

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FIU/Baptist scientist honored for contributions to cancer research, diversity

FIU/Baptist scientist honored for contributions to cancer research, diversity

The National Cancer Institute’s Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities recently celebrated its 21st anniversary by honoring some of its […]

One of Carl Juste's photos of a Haitian man wearing a red t-shirt as a mask. Photo courtesy: Carl Juste

Haiti through Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Carl Juste’s eyes

Carl Juste could not silence his inner voice calling him to become a photographer. For the past three decades, Juste has […]

My internship with the U.S. Department of State

My internship with the U.S. Department of State

Name: Jocelyn Woolbright Major: I’m an international relations major, pursuing a certificate in Portuguese. In addition, I’m currently a fellow for the National […]

Graduate student’s start-up is in full bloom

Graduate student’s start-up is in full bloom

Graduate student Daniela Salazar realized there’s an important, obvious issue that flower vendors have not addressed: consumers are paying far too […]

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Caribbean reef sharks patrol the reefs in great numbers off Grand Cayman. While shark fishing is allowed here, there seems to be a high abundance of sharks which is rare of the Caribbean.

Global FinPrint guides shark conservation in Dominican Republic

Officials in the Dominican Republic are working with Global FinPrint researchers to guide their conservation efforts in the wake of a […]

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First-of-its-kind master’s in enterprise logistics to prepare students for the workforce

First-of-its-kind master’s in enterprise logistics to prepare students for the workforce

As the gateway to Latin America, South Florida is a hub for logistics and home to many companies looking to […]

Intern at The Washington Center earns professional growth award

Intern at The Washington Center earns professional growth award

During her final semester at FIU, Natalia Kolbjornsen ’17 faced her fears. Self-described as “a little shy,” Kolbjornsen was a […]

Associate professor discovers art wherever he walks

Associate professor discovers art wherever he walks

Sometimes you can find art among the mundane things we ignore every day — a smudge on the ground, a […]